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Hale kirwean karreenn

Ah, kake.

(Must admit I hid for a few posts....)

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Hale kirwean karreenn

Ah, kake.

(Must admit I hid for a few posts....)

At least you came out for Kake

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***********************ALL HAIL KWEEEEN KHERRIGHNNE!!!!***************************

 

I think we shouldn't just MARCH against Monsanto...we should organize an anti-Monsanto PARADE! We have quite a history of that in Psillyville..... :D

 

 

Yes!  Call forth The Royal Yeti to lead the parade!

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Ah, kake.

 

This pleases The Queen! 

 

Another Royal Proclamation:

 

Hence forth, to honor The Royal Queen Karen, ' cake" shall hence forth be spelled as "Kake".

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Took the turks out foraging in the front yard today.  They was askeert, but it got more fun when they found the frog.

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Hoping everyone in the Oklahoma city area is okay...

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Took the turks out foraging in the front yard today.  They was askeert, but it got more fun when they found the frog.

...did they forage on the frog?  Ew

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First and foremost all Hail Kween Care-n! I am so glad you went with let "us" eat gluten-free cake rather than off with "our" heads!!! 

 

My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you suffering from the horrific natural disasters hitting the mid-west and the wildfires in the west. I pray that you and your loved ones are all safe!

 

Superman worked from home yesterday and today is his first day going in to work. He had to go to Boston. Got up at 4:00 AM, left by 5:30 and was due at work at 7:30 AM. I got up to make him coffee but fell asleep on the couch before it was finished. This is our new normal. DS is home this week so it's a nice transition for me (even though he gave me the flu). 

 

Still trying to find a fitting quote to put on Shroomie's page. She was the best and deserves nothing less. I'm not used to being speechless.

 

 

Love you all dearly,

Loey

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...did they forage on the frog?  Ew

Well, yes, but it was a small tree frog so the ending was relatively quick.

 

Turks are great hunters and stalk their prey carefully.  Hysterical to see them stalking the cats.

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Yes!  Call forth The Royal Yeti to lead the parade!

Can we get him one of those little buggies like the Shriners

drive around on? He has a bad back..... :rolleyes:

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Can we get him one of those little buggies like the Shriners

drive around on? He has a bad back..... :rolleyes:

 

 

Maybe a little clown car & 20 psillies inside!

 

Everyone wear your deodorant and brush your teeth!

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And if you bring a snack, be sure to bring enough to share.

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Woo hoo!! A royal psillie parade!!

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Can the turks be in it?  The chickens aren't interested, but turkeys love to strut.

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Just let me make sure I have this, I need to make sure I don't smell, in order not to offend a yeti, and I need to bring enough kake to keep it happy?

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Struttin' turkeys, kake, good hygiene.....this is setting up to be a rip-snorter!

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Just let me make sure I have this, I need to make sure I don't smell, in order not to offend a yeti, and I need to bring enough kake to keep it happy?

 

 

I was worried more about stinky people offending each other in the clown car.  But yes, you must bring enough gluten-free cake to keep the Yeti and the Queen happy.  One of us might eat you if we don't have enough cake! 

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Yeah, the yeti won't mind about the smell :D

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Actually, if you could offend the yeti, that might be worth a position in the royal court.

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Can we get him one of those little buggies like the Shriners

drive around on? He has a bad back..... :rolleyes:

 

I think he's been getting it worked on -- some acupuncturist, trying to get those li'l needles through all that hair....

 

Maybe a little clown car & 20 psillies inside!

 

Everyone wear your deodorant and brush your teeth!

Um, guys......that yeti will NOT let anyone put deoderant on him. Too much hair in his armpits, anyways......but actually, he doesn't really stink when he's hot -- just a smell like a wet carpet....

 

And if you bring a snack, be sure to bring enough to share.

Well, bring enough for the yeti. He'll just rip the food right outta yer hands, or mouth, if he's hungry enough....

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What was that glitter debacle with braided yeti hair?  Anyone remember that?

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What was that glitter debacle with braided yeti hair? Anyone remember that?

I wanna say Kim was the glitter lady. Drawing a complete blank on her screen name.

Where are our historians? We need someone to go back <shudder> and dig up some of these gems.

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Woo hoo!! A royal psillie parade!!

 

I think we could all use a psillies parade! With Kween Care-ng atop the biggest float (or on top of the clown car)   :D

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I wanna say Kim was the glitter lady. Drawing a complete blank on her screen name.

Where are our historians? We need someone to go back <shudder> and dig up some of these gems.

Perhaps you are thinking of NoGluGirl?
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Perhaps you are thinking of NoGluGirl?

Thanks, Oracle PeOte-- that's her!! In charge of sparkles, confetti and the like.

The phunny thing is that she is a friend on FB, so I knew her real name but could not think of her name here. Haven't seen her much of late, though...

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